How to Adjust the Image on UF55 and UF65 Projectors to Fix Issues Related to Image Size/Fit and Keystoning Materials: You will require a Philips (star) screw driver and appropriate Allen Key (to fit Hex Nut) that came with the Projector to make these adjustments. You will also need a ladder to reach the top of the Boom safely. It is recommended to do this with two people. Hint: Start with the Board centered (left to right) and the Boom positioned at a slightly higher angle to the perpendicular with the Board (when viewed from the side, see image 1). The projector should be on the blue Smart logo screen when making image adjustments. Also, perform a factory reset (DUULU) on the Projector before proceeding. Important Note: The images provided herein are for reference only, and your scenario may produce different results with each adjustment. It is normal to repeat steps 2-5 at least twice to get it perfect. Your image may not look identical to our example after each step. Warning: When loosening the Wing Nut in step 2 below, be sure not to loosen it all the way off the Bolt. Doing so will cause the Projector to come apart from the Boom and fall, causing injury and/or damage. Image 1: Proper Angle between Boom and Board 1. Remove the Boom cover that exposes the Wing Nut using a Philips (star) screw driver. Only one screw needs to be removed, the cover should just lift off. See image 2. Image 2: The Wing Nut Wing Nut Cover Srew 2. Loosen the Wing Nut (see image 2) just enough for the projector to move freely back and forth along the Boom. Do not over loosen the Nut; it should not come right off the Bolt, or injury and/or damage may occur. Move the Projector front to back to scale the image to fit the top from corner to corner (left to right). Then tighten the Wing Nut. Proceed to make finer adjustments until it looks like image 3 below. Note that the top is parallel with the Board along the entire length, and the width of the image along the top is filling the Board (corner to corner). Do not worry about the sides or the bottom at this time. Image 3: Aligning the Top 3. Note that in image 3 above, the bottom is not parallel with the top, even though the top is parallel with the Board. Next, we need to ensure the top and bottom of the image is parallel. To do this, turn the Projector to the left or right as needed. When turning, try not to tilt it forewords or backwards (keep it level). It should look similar image 4 below. Don’t worry if the image does not cover or if the image goes past the screen. Image 4: Making the Top and Bottom Parallel 4. Note in image 4 that the image is not centered, your image may not be identical, but you may need to slide the Board left or right until the image is centered on the Board (left to right). This is only required if the image is off to one side, in most cases this step is required. In this case, we simply slide the Board over to the right until the image is centered (see image 6). In a standard wall mount, you can remove the pen tray to expose two screws behind each bracket (that hold the pen tray, see image 5). Remove these two screws to allow the Board to slide freely. Image 5: Bottom Mounting Wholes Image 6: Centering the Image by Moving the Board 5. Lastly, use the Allen Key on the Hex Nut (see image 7) to move the Boom up or down. Clockwise lowers the Boom, Counter-Clockwise raises the Boom. Raising the boom will stretch the bottom of the projected image downwards, while lowering the boom will shrink the bottom of the projected image upwards. In most cases, when the image is adjusted perfectly, the angle between the Board and the Boom is slightly higher than the perpendicular, as shown in image 1. The final image should cover the whole Board, like image 8 below. Image 7: The Hex Nut Hex Nut Image 8: Properly Adjusted Image 6. If the image is not quite perfect yet, repeat steps 2-5. Also note that your scenario may produce different results with each adjustment. It is normal to repeat steps 2-5 at least twice to get it perfect. Your image may not look identical to our example after each step.